Global Secretariat

The GOPAC Global Secretariat is the professional hub of GOPAC’s worldwide network.  The Global Secretariat leads GOPAC’s global projects, maintains our relations with other international and multilateral institutions, and supports our regional and national chapters.  It also co-ordinates the work of our Global Task Forces across borders, implements the policies of the Board of Directors, and works with the Executive Committee to maintain accountability to our members and our partners in the international system.  Finally, the Global Secretariat is the repository of GOPAC’s legal instruments, records, and archives. The offices of the Global Secretariat are in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Doha, Qatar

Mr. Mesfer Shahwani

Executive Director of GOPAC Global Secretariat based in Doha

Mr. Noureddine Bouchkouj

Adviser of GOPAC Chair based in Doha


Jakarta, Indonesia


Endah Retnoastuti
Executive Director of Vice-Chair GOPAC Office

Endah T D Retnoastuti has worked for GOPAC since the establishment of the Indonesia Chapter in 2012. When the GOPAC Secretariat office was opened in Jakarta in 2016, she became its Executive Director. She is also the Head of Bureau of Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation of the Indonesian House of Representatives. She has master degree in Development Studies from Massey University, New Zealand.


Heriyono A Anggoro
Senior Project Manager

Heriyono Adi Anggoro serves as a parliamentary specialist to the Committee for Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia. He initially involved in GOPAC Indonesia in 2012 and was a National Consultant for a joint project of GOPAC, the Islamic Development Bank and the UNDP on SDGs in 2016. Anggoro is also providing service as Adjunct Lecturer on the Global Governance course at Bakrie University. He deeply engaged in developing Indonesia’s Open Parliament Action Plan to the OGP since 2018. His publications include several articles on e-parliament in collaboration with the Indonesian Parliamentary Center (IPC) and ASEAN, AIPA, and Corruption in “AIPA and ASEAN Community Realization collected essays” (in Bahasa Indonesia) in 2012.


Dessy Raufiana Pramita
Program Officer

Dessy Pramita is assigned as program officer for GOPAC since 2018. She serves on the Indonesian House of Representatives Consultative Committee as a parliamentary specialist. Previously she has worked at the Center for International and Private Enterprise (CIPE) as an Anti-Corruption consultant. She has completed Transparency International School on Integrity 2020 organized by TI Lithuania and Mykolas Romeris University Law School. She presented her initial research on Indonesia Corruption Legacy: What can be done in the 16th Northeastern Conference on Indonesia at Yale University in April 2017. She received a BA in Political Sciences from Universitas Indonesia and a Master’s Degree from Georgetown University in Democracy and Governance.




John Williams
Special Envoy

John was a Member of Canada’s Parliament for fifteen years, before retiring from public service in 2008. During this time he was a member of the Public Accounts Committee, eventually chairing the Committee for eight years. He currently serves on the board of several international development agencies and the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Corruption. John founded the Global Organization of Parliamentarians against Corruption (GOPAC) in 2002, as a means of engaging and supporting parliamentarians in the fight to eradicate corruption in government. He served as GOPAC’s Chief Executive Officer from 2008-2012. In 1999, John was recognized by Certified General Accountants as a Fellow. He is also a recipient of their highest honor, the John Leslie Award.